Spring is a beautiful season in America’s Southwest. The cactus bloom — yellow, fiery red, and deep purplish burgundy. The temperatures stay moderate, ranging from a cool 55 degrees in the highest elevations of New Mexico and topping out around 90 degrees Fahrenheit in Tucson and Phoenix. It’s possible to walk among southern Arizona’s towering […]
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Travel in West Virginia is unique; it’s not about the museums at the next destination or how many water slides are at a resort or even the scenic viewpoint approaching in one mile. Exploring West Virginia is a journey: from the point that the car tires leave the interstate pavement until they cross out of the […]
We have a 10-year-old son who is very prone to motion sickness and throws up even on Interstates or local car rides which last for more than an hour. For a family that loves to explore by car (which has included a 4,000 mile round trip from Washington to Wyoming to see Yellowstone National […]
Fields of corn, soybeans, small towns, and water towers line the 300-mile stretch of land, and short detours off of the main highway take families through cities with small populations and plenty of local charm.
When the opportunity presented itself, our family of five jumped on the chance for a little adventure. Off we went for the most epic road trip from Chicago to Yellowstone of a lifetime. Read on, be inspired, and get ready to hit the road for your very own adventure!
We titled our road “Baseball, Basilicas, and Breweries.” Yep, we are that geeky that we title our family road trips before they happen. We planned our trip to begin in San Diego and go up the California Coast to Sonoma County, while including a fourth grade history lesson of the California Missions,
Looking for things to do with kids in Richmond, Virginia while on an I-95 road trip? We’ve got you covered from southern history to outdoor adventure.
Set out on an epic eastern Canada road trip with your family as you explore Montreal, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and more.
Virginia’s Blue Ridge Parkway follows the ridge line of the Blue Ridge Mountains as it winds for almost 217 miles from Shenandoah National Park to the North Carolina border. The entire 469 mile Blue Ridge Parkway through both Virginia and North Carolina is one of the most visited areas managed by the U.S. National […]